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Vice-President of Abkhazia hasn’t already made a decision on resignation2009-05-28 10:21
Raul Khajimba, the Vice-president of Abkhazia, hasn't already made a decision on his resignation, he stated yesterday to Interfax and mentioned he will make an official statement when the final decision will be made.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously a number of mass media spread the messages of Khajimba's resignation.
Raul Khajimba, the second person in the state hierarchy of Abkhazia, has remained the opposition leader for all that time.
His election in pair with Sergey Bagapsh in the result of the re-polls in January 2005 was the result of the special agreement in December 2004, with mediation of Russian politicians.
At the first elections held 3 months before, khajimba and Bagapsh were rivals; Khajimba was regarded as the successor of Vladislav Ardzinba, the first President. But Bagapsh won in the first round.
Khajimba and his supporters refused to accept his victory, political confrontation reached the pinnacle, new elections were called, and Khajimba that time was the Vice President candidate, in pair with Bagapsh. The agreement implied granting the Vice-President with authority to manage the foreign ministry, and also law enforcement, security and defense structures.
The experts believe that Khajimba's voluntarily resignation will be a well thought over political step, as this resignation will be made out of desire to sever all the ties with the present-day authorities before the presidential electoral race.